A few weeks ago, I was sent a message by SSI or Statens Serum Institut, kind of like the CDC. Anyway, they offered me the booster shot, but I decided not to accept it, because I didn't see the need for it at that time. Then, the government went "In order to get a valid and updated covid passport, you need to be vaccinated and boosted", so I decided to get the booster shot. I booked an appointment for earlier today, and I went there straight after school.
The vaccination site was very quiet. I front of me was a young woman. I was next to go, after her. I went in, and before I got the shot, I told the employee, that I was taking medication for the infection in my tooth ache, and I wanted to hear, if it was safe to take the booster shot, or if I had to wait until I finished with the medication. A nurse came down, and I showed her the pills I was taking. She asked me if I was experiencing any fever, discomfort or anything like that. When I said no, the nurse was quite happy with recommending that I proceeded with the booster shot.
I was directed to the waiting area, where I had to sit for 15 minutes. When nothing major happened, I left and headed home.
So now I have been boosted. So far, nothing major to report, other than some soreness in my shoulder, but that's common after a vaccination. My infection in my jaw is also rapidly declining, which is fantastic! One of my treatments is done on Tuesday, and the other is done on Wednesday. I can finally see an end to the nightmare that I have been through! I can even eat normally again!